The underlying message at this year’s show seemed to be “cut all cords” — or at least, keep cutting the cords, as ever-greater streaming speeds and bandwidth capacities allow for products and services to operate in millions of truly remote consumer settings.
Tri-County tech firms hunt customers at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
One of the most comical features of the net-neutrality debate is that both sides say the other is trying to stifle innovation. Both are probably wrong.
Aptitude creates a special type of molecule called an aptamer, which it is using to develop a first-of-its-kind hand-held device that measures insulin concentrations in real-time and can diagnose pre-diabetes. The government’s interest in furthering such research is unsurprising as diabetes affects more than 9 percent of Americans.
If a new generation of researchers like Nakamura were motivated by the almighty yen sign, Japan’s entire economy would benefit.